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Activist Ma Jun Interview on Environmental Ethics in China

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In Beijing a tiny NGO is taking on global corporations and harnessing people power in a campaign to...

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Activist Ma Jun. Image courtesy of PBS Newshour.

Activists in China are successfully fighting industrial pollution by holding factories and their customers in the West accountable.

Pulitzer Center grantee Fred de Sam Lazaro interviews Chinese activist Ma Jun, the founder of China's Institute of Public and Environmental Affairs, an organization that uses open data to fight factory pollution.

This podcast's coverage of Lazaro's interview with Ma Jun begins at 6:15. Click here to listen.

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